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Dive sites nearby

The dive site is about 2 km south south east of the famous Catalina Islands. It’s 1 bigger rock and 1 smaller rock and togehter they form a pinnacle. The northern rock extends underwater to the north at around 10 meters depth. Generally along the rocks it’s kind of wall diving and the max. depth is around 35m.

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Roca Peligrosa, Danger Rock

About 3km south of the Catalina Islands you can find this pinnacle. It has shallow parts and also deeper parts. It’s not recommended for the first open water dive for basic divers but can be done as an extra dive is the diver is comfortable. Generally the dive goes around the rock sticking out of the water.

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Cuatro piedras, Catalina Islands

The dive site is ideal for beginners as in between the rocks is a shallow sandy patch. Currents however can sometimes make it difficult to stay in the sand patch. Around the southern end are a lot of channels and it might be difficult to find your way around. Depths are anywhere between 7- 28 meters.

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Guacamaya is north of Flamingo and Potrero along the coast. Normally less than 20 minutes. It is an island that allows all levels, the depth being 5m deep in the East and almost 30m in the West. This small island is always full of fish. You can also practice snorkeling when the conditions allow it.

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Dirty Rock is located on the way from Potrero Flamingo to Catalinas, at 8km from the coast. We could dive here all the year. Sometimes the current could be very strong. You have a shallow part close the pinnacle. But you could find 35m depth if you go to the north and 27m to the South.

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Sombrero is located 9.5km from playa Potrero or 6 miles. Its name is given to it by its shape resembling Mexican hats. There are several launching points all around the islands. The north side is rapidly deeper. Possibility of adapting the depth to the profiles of the divers all around the Island.

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Arco Iris is located 8km north of Playa Potrero. Less than 20 minutes of navigation. North of Penahuaste or Brumel Island in English. A rock formation runs from the northwest face of the island in a northerly direction. There are many white tip reef sharks. 10 to 30 m/ 33 to 100ft.

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South Point shallow

The dive site is on the south east of the Catalina Islands. It’s generally a shallow dive site except at the end it’s possible to dive down to around 25 meters but it’s generally nicer to stay shallow.

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Pailas is located 20 minutes from Potrero Beach. We start the dive on the western part of the island and head south following the rock formations. The average depth is 14m, but can exceed 30m if you deviate a little.

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11 km west of Potrero and Flamingo is the famous site of Classico. This dive is done on the western side of the islands, from the south towards the north. There are successive ripraps. Several possibilities of course according to the levels. From 10 to more than 30m.

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